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The third wish / Emily Rodda.

By: Rodda, Emily.
Contributor(s): Australian Broadcasting Corporation [author.] | Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Rodda, Emily. Fairy realmSeries one: 03.; Rodda, Emily, Fairy realm: bk. 3.; Rodda, Emily. Fairy realm: 3.; Rodda, Emily. Fairy realm: bk. 3.; Rodda, Emily, Fairy RealmSeries one: 03.Publisher: Pymble, N.S.W. : ABC Books, 2010Description: 113, 2 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780733328015; 0733328016.Other title: 3rd wish | Fairy realm. The third wish.Subject(s): Fairies -- Juvenile fiction | FairiesGenre/Form: Children's fantasy fiction. | Children's fiction. | Fiction. | Juvenile works.DDC classification: A823.3
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Childrens Fiction Gonville Library
Children's Fiction
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

The Rat Who Didn't Like Rats is a charming, full-color children's book, written and illustrated by the award-winning author, Blythe Ayne.The Story:Reginald is kind-hearted rat and loves everyone - except... rats! Believing rats are unlikable, he doesn't realize that he is a rat himself until the beautiful Raquel comes into the "Geese Flying South" party - and into Reginald's life. She tells him the truth about himself, and he learns that all creatures - including rats! - are lovable._______Be sure to watch for other Forest Friends Books from Emerson & Tilman Publishers.

Previously published: 2000.

ABC logo at foot of title page.

For primary school age.

For children aged 6-10 years.

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Horn Book Review

Jessie's grandmother's house has a door to the Fairy Realm--Jessie goes to ask the mermaids for rain and to help a gnome save the fairy apple trees from extinction. The compact, well-shaped stories are perfectly sized for early readers, and the strong characterizations (and Vitale's exaggeratedly cute, soft-edged black-and-white art) make them attractive. [Review covers these Fairy Realm titles: [cf2]The Last Fairy-Apple Tree[cf1] and [cf2]The Third Wish[cf1].] From HORN BOOK Spring 2004, (c) Copyright 2010. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.